Lloyd "Hog" Mattingly

Lloyd “Hog” Mattingly lived in Lebanon Junction, Kentucky working much of his life as a brake repairman for the L&N Railroad. Upon retiring, Mattingly spent most of his time working from home, creating historical architectural reproductions of the buildings in Lebanon Junction as they looked when he was a child. He also recreated vehicles, including cars, trains, boats, and a scale model of an L&N Line train wreck. Mattingly primarily worked with wood, completing his creations with paint. His entire replica of Lebanon Junction is in KMAC’s permanent collection.

 

Related artists in KMAC's collection:

Garland Adkins, Minnie Adkins, Ernest Baker, Linvel Barker, Minnie Black, Marvin FinnDenzil Goodpaster, Tim Hall, Larry Hamm, Alma Lesch, Erma "Junior" Lewis, Tim Lewis, Carl McKenzie, Earnest Patton, Donny Tolson

 

Click to view an archival list of all artists in the collection.

 

Recurring themes:

Class, Domestic Life, Economy

 

KMAC exhibitions:

Lloyd "Hog" Mattingly

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